#JaneEyreFF Rereading Jane Eyre in #FlashFiction #Chapter1

Jane Eyre in Flash Fiction Chapter 1 How I came to be locked in the red-room There was no possibility of taking a walk that chilly November afternoon. My cousins Eliza, John and Georgina were clustered around their mother and my aunt, Mrs Reed, in the drawing room, while I was kept at a distance,Continue reading “#JaneEyreFF Rereading Jane Eyre in #FlashFiction #Chapter1”

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#AtoZChallenge ‘H is for House’ #Haiku #NaPoWriMo #PoetryMonth

Lonely house by shore Wrapped in ice-cold sea and snow. Warm wood glows inside. **** This photograph was taken by my friend and colleague Thor Walum, retired English teacher and lover of Spain and photography, who lives in a beautiful, tiny island in the north of Norway, which I was lucky enough to visit someContinue reading “#AtoZChallenge ‘H is for House’ #Haiku #NaPoWriMo #PoetryMonth”

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There was no possibility of taking a walk that (November) day.

November is a dark and ominous month in Jane Eyre’s life. Firstly, she is locked in the red room, as a child, at Gateshead. Secondly, she is lonely at Thornfield Hall, before Rochester’s arrival. Finally she is leading a solitary life in Morton, while her cousin, whom she doesn’t love, proposes to her. Gateshead  TheContinue reading “There was no possibility of taking a walk that (November) day.”

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